Boasting huge windows overlooking north campus from the second floor of the Performing Arts Center at Western Washington University is the Music Library.
Western Washington University’s summer youth camps are hosted by the university’s men's and women's basketball and soccer teams, as well as the women’s volleyball and softball teams.
As flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables bloom this summer, so do opportunities to connect with fellow students and growers through food.
A new food services company, Chartwells Higher Education, will take over Western Washington University’s campus dining needs on Sept. 1 as the university ends a partnership with Aramark that has lasted over a decade.
On Tuesday, August 1, Whatcom County voters filed their ballots to be counted in the Whatcom County 2023 Primary Election. The two candidates with the most votes will both appear on the November election ballot.
For more than 12 years, the Lake Whatcom Triathlon has brought together athletes from all over Whatcom County for a fun and safe competition.
As of July 15, 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported national new COVID-19 hospitalizations at 7,109, in comparison to 150,674 reported on Jan. 15, 2022. Statewide, the CDC reported 131 hospital admissions as of July 8, 2023.
When did JJ’s Junction start doing house shows? Kat: I believe 2017 – we have a picture from one of the first shows on our page. At the point when they had actually started, I didn’t know any of the people in charge. I only knew a friend of a friend, basically.
It's summertime and you're trying to get outside with your furry friend. But not all trails and parks are accommodating for dogs. So, what are the best Bellingham options for you and your pup?
As the Western Washington University men’s golf team flew into Ohio to compete in the Division II national championship tournament, so did fifth-year senior Jordan Lee for the first time in his career.
From roaring crowds in electric arenas to record-shattering moments and legends that capture the hearts of millions, sports are full of drama. With narratives of heartbreak, triumph and perseverance, stories about sports are some of the most captivating of any genre.
As the brand new spring roundnet league comes to an end, the Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department looks forward to hosting the decades-old All-Comer track and field meets this summer.
Every morning, starting from the summer and entering his junior year of high school, D'Angelo Minnis would wake up before the sun, pick up his basketball and shoot 1,000 shots.
The term “Hot Girl Summer” was popularized in 2019 by the release of Megan Thee Stallion’s song by the same name. Across social media platforms, there doesn’t appear to be one clear-cut definition of what a hot girl summer is or who can even partake to begin with – and despite what the name might suggest, it’s not limited by gender.
We’ve all been there – a date riddled with awkward silences, repeatedly looking at the time wondering how much longer till it’s over or trying to find a plausible excuse to abruptly, yet politely, end the date.
Many of us know very little about the personal lives of our professors, including Western Washington University Professor Gigi Berardi, who teaches in the College of the Environment.